- The mode represented by the natural diatonic scale E-E (containing a minor 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th).More example sentences
- A favourite tale was that of a young man so aroused by a melody in the Phrygian mode that he was on the point of breaking into a young woman's room, when a change to the Hypophrygian mode restored him to a proper frame of mind.
- Pike also notes the extensive use of the Phrygian mode in this madrigal, which seems to be consistent with its Classical Greek theme.
More definitions of Phrygian modeDefinition of Phrygian mode in:
- The US English dictionary